- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 16 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
NI Mental Health Arts and Film Festival 2017 19 Jan 2017
The group celebrates mental health and challenges stigma through an annual arts and film festival. The Â£10,000 grant is being used to fund part of next yearâ€™s festival, including the project launch, an art exhibition, central co-ordination/management of the festival, publicity and the website.
The group supports St Malachyâ€™s College which provides education to young people aged between 14â€“25 years old. The Â£9,600 grant is being used to improve health and well-being of pupils by providing a safe â€˜time outâ€™ space and resources for young people to access support and advice on personal issues.
Moyraverty 50 plus group 30 Jan 2017
The group, based in Moyraverty near Craigavon, provides a wide range of activities for people over the age of 50 to reduce social isolation and improve wellbeing. The three-year project is using a Â£33,030 grant to run activities to improve the health and wellbeing of its members, including day trips, tea dances, a walking group, and a Christmas dinner. They will also organise intergenerational residentials with young people from Brownlow Youth Project.
Grace Womens Development Limited 02 Feb 2017
The organisation, based in Ardoyne, provides a space where women can access information, training and advice. The Â£5,634 grant is being used to run a support group for parents/carers of children with ASD/autism. They will run activities, training and outings.
St Patrick's PS Derrynaseer - iPads 02 Feb 2017
The school in Derrynaseer, Craigavon is using the Â£9,969 grant to buy iPads, a screen and projector and a wireless internet access point for use by pupils. This will allow pupils to take part in extra-curricular digital media projects, including documenting a local archaeological dig which will then be shared with the wider community.
Whitehall and District Womens Institute 02 Feb 2017
The Co. Armagh group provides seminars and workshops for members in Whitehall, Aghagallon, and the surrounding area. The project is using the Â£3,040 grant to celebrate their 30 year anniversary with a dinner, floral class, and Lord of the Dance show.
Thursday Club On Tour 16 Feb 2017
The club provides a weekly social and recreational activities in Banbridge Leisure Centre for older people. The Â£4,207 grant is being used to hire the leisure centre for activities and to take members on four day trips to the Glens of Antrim, Mount Stewart, Ulster Museum and Titanic Museum.
Armagh Voluntary Welfare Group 03 Aug 2017
The group, based in Armagh, provides social activities for widows, widowers and carers. They are using a £10,000 grant to provide a respite trip to Scotland for 90 members.
St Bernadette's Nursery School 14 Sep 2017
The nursery school in Ballymurphy in west Belfast is using a £10,000 grant to work with the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum to run craft activities for families. These will give parents more confidence and promote close family relationships.
PTand Friends of St Marys Take the Weight Off 31 Aug 2017
The group organises social events and fundraising for the Belfast based school. The project is using a £9,988 grant to transform an unused outdoor space into a student Social Zone and outdoor classroom. They will also deliver a Tools for Life wellbeing and resilience programme.
RCity Media 08 Jun 2017
The north Belfast group provides personal development and educational activities through music and media production. The project is using a £9,665 grant to offer music production activities for young people.
The group provides activities, events and support to older people living in Portadown. The project is using an £8,967 to organise a range of activities over the coming year to improve the wellbeing of older people in the area.
Bannfoot LOL Community Recreational Area 11 May 2017
The Orange Lodge, which is based in a rural area near Craigavon, provides community facilities. They are using the £10,000 grant to create a multipurpose tarmac area for children and adults to use for social and recreational activities.
The group is based at Augnaskeagh Orange Hall, outside Dromara, Co Down. They are using the £9,693 grant on a year-long programme of social events and health and wellbeing activities to bring people together, and to develop plans for an extension to the hall to increase community use.
Catchlight CC Photography In The Community 27 Apr 2017
The club, which is based in south Belfast, meets weekly to discuss photography and teach members new photography skills. They are using a £5,130 grant to provide additional weekly classes on digital photography and digital processing.
The group provides fundraising and promotional support for Portadown Football Club. The project used the £9,850 grant to organise a community festival during July and August at various venues in the Portadown area.